I just wanted to check in and get an update on whether you're still dealing with this issue?
Just for my reference:
- What version of LumaFusion are you using (numbers)?
*If you don't know where to find the version number, you can find it by tapping the Gear/Question Mark Icon and the version number will be shown at the top of that panel.
- What version of iOS are you using (numbers)?
If your iOS and LumaFusion versions are completely up to date try:
- Closing All apps, including LumaFusion
- Power down your device and turn it back on.
- Re-open LumaFusion
Thanks for the response. I was never able to resolve the issue.
I'm using LumaFusion 188.8.131.524
I keep my iOS and apps updated regularly.
I've tried your suggestion to close apps, restart the device, and open LumaFusion several times. Nothing I did changed the behavior.
I use LumaFusion frequently, and this event has occurred twice. I can't reproduce it at will. It just happens every now and then. If/when it happens again, I'll try to get a video to show what it's doing, because it's somewhat confusing to try to explain.
As I said above, I import a handful of clips from my camera roll into LumaFusion, I'll trim one of those clips, but when I go to insert it into my timeline, it puts a completely different video in my timeline, with the same length as the trimmed clip I attempted to insert. I've tried starting a new project. I've tried deleting the clip and retrimming a new clip. I've tried numerous things, but it still does it. Somehow, LumaFusion is assigning two different clips the same identifier, and then confusing them.
It's bizarre and frustrating.